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New Pocket Notebook Journal


Ohhh there's a new journal out... the Pocket Journal is here.   I love creating my personal journals.  Here I can organize my thoughts, design idea's, draw, keep track of my commitments, create inspiration... I can keep going.  

Check out Eileen's post for links to all the AH-MAZING designers that are helping her launch her new Pocket Journal.  Check out mine before you leave.


I did my best hand lettering with dream!


Soooo much fun creating this with my Gel Press and DecoArt Media paint.


Inside pages too...


Thanks for popping in!  I had so much fun!  Make sure to swing by Eileen's Blog for the full list of designers fabulous Pocket Notebook creations!


There are also two GIVEAWAYS- the Pocket Notebook die and a gift certificate for Eileen’s Etsy store. To enter to win, leave a comment on each of the posts. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, October 8 on Eileen’s Facebook Live show.

THANKS FOR HOPPING ALONG WITH US TODAY!

Nicole Wright {you are here}






EAT. SLEEP. CRAFT. {repeat}

Comments

  1. This is just gorgeous! I really need to get out my gel plate - thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. Lovely, I do love the Gelli plate work.

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  3. Love this...I just bought a gel plate...you have inspired me to give it a try. Love your hand printing too!!

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    1. Thanks for saying... my lettering is shaky but improving! You'll love creating with it. It's endless creativity!

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  4. Sooo pretty. I love the color on your cover.
    Anita Holte

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  5. Fabulous colours love the gelli printing

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  6. Love the aqua blue and black on your beautiful gelli print covers Nicole - as well as the lovely inside pages!

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  7. The colours of the cover are beautiful.I think it`s time to get out my gel plate and start playing.I can print some papers that I can cover my covers with until my new die arrives :)

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  8. Love your journal! I need to get out my gel plates!

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  9. Awesome book-so pretty love it.

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  10. Beautiful, Nicole! Gel plates are so much fun. Gorgeous color, too!

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  11. Those bubbles are amazing! Can't wait to try that out!

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  12. I don't know why but your closeup of the spine enabled me to finally click in the whole process! This is colorful. thanks

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  13. Gel plates and journal covers are a perfect match.

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  14. Great way to carry your cover theme throughout the book. Love the color you used.

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  15. What a pretty color! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  16. That gell print background is a beautiful way to show off your hand lettering skills! I love having places to make notes about ideas and inspiration! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us!

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  17. Love this color scheme...and the inside is wondeful too! TFS!

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  18. Oh, I love that grungy/smoky look. The blue and gray are perfect together. Fantastic pocket notebook Nicole.

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  19. Oh yea! Love me some gelli printing! My favorite way to decorate paper, for sure! Lovely color!

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  20. This is gorgeous! I need to get out my gelli plate and try this. Thank you for the inspiration!

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  21. Such a pretty color!!! And so happy that you wrote on it- great lettering! Love that cool effect with the gel plate too- need to get mine out again. Thanks so much for being part of the Release Party <3

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  22. Beautiful and I like your hand lettering.

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  23. Thanks for sharing Nicole, you have made me want to use my gel plate again. This notebook is just lovely.

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  24. Such a piece of beautiful art from the Gelli Plate work!! Gorgeous album!

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  25. Beautiful journal color with all your details and techniques ...thanks for sharing those. Suzy Q

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  26. I love the soft color palette! Want to try the technique.

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  27. Holy cow...just realized you are not linked in my post...I don't know what happened...sorry. I LOVE that you artsied this up with a gel press, and oh the pages! LOVE the blues and soft buttery looking textures.

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